Gisele MIA as Tom Brady Takes the Field
As Tom Brady took the field yesterday for the Bucs game against Green Bay, his family was in attendance to cheer him on - at least, the kids were. Wife Gisele Bundchen was nowhere to be seen.
The couple, who share two kids (9-year-old Vivian and 12-year-old Benjamin) have been living apart for at least a month, according to sources. Ferried to the game by Tom's mother and sister, the kids, along with 15-year-old son Jack (who Tom shares with ex Bridget Moynihan), were seen hugging up on dad pre-game.
While some sources say the couple are at a rough patch in their marriage, others counter that the two live apart every football season - and Tom makes sure it's all about family for the other six months out of the year. Unfortunately, the kids' presence didn't bring much luck - a last-minute drive to tie the game fell short, and the Buccaneers lost to the Green Bay Packers, 14-12.
Olivia Wilde & Harry Styles Shoot Down Split Rumors with Smooches
When you're a celebrity couple, rumors of trouble in the relationship are common. How do you dispel said rumors? Make out in public for the world - and the photographers - to see. That's how Harry Styles and Olivia Wilde made those rumors a non-story over the weekend, as they were photographed Thursday night enjoying each other's company in Manhattan.
While rumors of the couple's breakup came about in large part due to the drama surrounding the set of their movie "Don't Worry Darling", it would appear that if there was trouble on the set, it didn't include Olivia and Harry's relationship - though some sources claim that the feud between director Olivia and star Florence Pugh started because Olivia and Harry would be MIA more than Pugh would have liked.
Regardless of any on-set conflicts, the end result was a big win at the box-office for the film, which was released Friday and took in $19.2M for the best weekend-opening for a film in five weeks.
Source: Page Six
Adam Devine Wants You to Know He's NOT Adam Levine
Used to be a time a lot of guys wanted to be Adam Levine - but that time is gone, at least for this news cycle. As we told you last week, Levine's DM indiscretions - sending provocative messages to multiple young women while married to Behati Prinsloo - have not only gotten him in hot water at home but roasted on social media as well. The latest to wade in? "Pitch Perfect" actor Adam Devine.
“Just want to post this and say that my wife @chloebridges and I are doing great and going strong,” Devine, 38, captioned an Instagram photo of him and Chloe Bridges, who he wed last October. "I am not Adam Levine. He’s a different guy and a worse singer,” he joked. “We are however naming our future baby Sumner.” That last part, of course, is a reference to Levine infamously messaging his online mistress Sumner Stroh to ask if she would be cool if he named his unborn baby after her.
While Stroh maintains there was a full-blown physical affair, Levine insists that nothing of the sort happened, though he does admit that he "crossed a line", and while Stroh was the first, several other women have come out, sharing similar racy messages. But, to be clear, the messages were from Maroon 5 lead singer Adam Levine. Not actor Adam Devine.
Source: Page Six